Solar Farm & Home Workshop

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Solar Farm & Home Workshop

March 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

| Free

Saturday March 1, 2014
1pm
Solar Farm & Home Workshop
Third Sun Solar
762 West Union Street
Athens, OH 45701
info@thirdsunsolar.com

Third Sun Solar will host a casual, informational Solar Farm & Home Workshop, Saturday, March 1st at 1pm. Attend this event to see solar technology and hear from farmers and homeowners who have solar on their farms, barns and homes.

Third Sun Solar will host a casual, informational Solar Farm & Home Workshop on Saturday, March 1st at 1pm. You’re invited to attend this event to get an up-close look at clean solar electric technology and to hear from farmers and homeowners who already have solar on their farms, barns and homes. These folks will speak about what it was like to go solar, and will be happy to answer any questions you may have about putting clean solar power to work on your home or farm.

Farmers and homeowners interested in learning more about solar are welcome to attend—at Third Sun Solar, 762 West Union Street, Athens—about 2.5 miles from uptown Athens, beside Bedrock Rentals on West Union Street (Route 56). All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Those who simply wish to visit the solar installation are invited to Rob and Leah Phillips’ RL Farm at 3pm on Saturday, 1 March. It is 12.7 miles from Third Sun Solar in Athens.

7300 Koehler Lane
Guysville, OH 45735

Take OH-32 E/US-50 E/James A. Rhodes Appalachian Hwy—left on Buckley Run Road—right on Koehler Lane—Rob and Leah’s farm is on the left.

Details

Start:
March 1, 2014 1:00 pm
End:
March 1, 2014 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Third Sun Solar
Phone:
740-249-4533 ext. 59
Email:
Website:
http://thirdsunsolar.com

Venue

Third Sun Solar
Phone:
740-249-4533 ext. 59
762 West Union Street Athens, OH 45701 United States

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